How to Get the Right CPAP Mask Fit

Friday, 12 August 2016 by
Have you been diagnosed with the need to wear a CPAP mask, but are struggling to find the right fit? If so, you are not alone. With so many different shapes and types of masks available, it is very possible to choose the wrong one. However, with persistence, you are sure to find one that

Can New Tech Help You Sleep?

Monday, 25 July 2016 by
Do you have difficulty falling asleep, or staying asleep? With 60 million Americans suffering from insomnia, you’re not alone. There are now many innovations on the market designed to track your sleep quality and to help you sleep better. We’ve put together a list of the ones that show the most potential. Cereve Sleep System

Solutions to Common CPAP Issues

Monday, 11 July 2016 by
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If you’re facing issues with your CPAP treatment, you’re not alone. Fortunately, there are quick fixes to many common problems that other users face. Check out these solutions to common problems: A Mask That Doesn’t Fit It’s important to shop around for a mask that fits your face well. Whether you prefer those that only
Don’t compromise your health – the cleanliness of your CPAP machine affects the quality of the air you are breathing in at night. As the CPAP gear is in direct contact with your face, cleaning it regularly is a must to ensure that you’re not giving nasty germs and bacteria a chance to breed. All

7 Foods to Help You Sleep

Thursday, 16 June 2016 by
Did you know that food can act as a sleep aid? Avoid medication or harsh chemicals, by incorporating natural foods into your diet to help you induce those sleepy feelings. From herbs to juices, there are plenty of common foods that are not only good for your health but can help get you into a
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When someone experiences headaches, the tendency is to just reach out for an aspirin to take care of the problem and then think nothing more of it, until the next episode comes along. Unfortunately, this lack of concern only perpetuates the problem, until the pain and the frequency become intolerable. This is why you should
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If you have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, then chances are you are also experiencing some level of fatigue. Many people suffering from MS are also at high risk to develop either acute or chronic fatigue. Because of the availability of treatment plans, it is important that MS patients should be able to distinguish the
If you’re working a schedule that requires you to stay up overnight and sleep in the day sometimes, you are engaging in shift work. This arrangement may result in the worsening of existing health conditions, such as sleep apnea. Find out more about Shift Work Sleep Disorder and identify if your sleeping patterns may be

Simple Ways to Make CPAP Easier

Thursday, 07 April 2016 by
Staying compliant with your CPAP treatment is the most important factor in successful sleep therapy. After suffering the consequences of sleep apnea for so long, relief is available as long as you can stay consistent with giving yourself the help you need. Luckily, Sleep Rite is here to make it easy for you. We have
No one is in a hospital by choice, but when one is there, we expect to get better, not become sicker. Being safe and well requires knowledge of some of the common Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) that can pose a threat to your health while in a hospital. Know Your Risk in a Hospital Environment
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